The Pioneer Woman Cooks Up a Love Story: A Free Download

I love a well-written cookbook as much as any fan of the genre. There’s something that makes recipes that much more enticing and enjoyable to prepare when I know the background of the recipe, the author’s experiences with the dish, or a few preparation tips about the ingredients and techniques.

But—and this might seem an unsightly confession to make on a cookbook blog—most days (and nights) I’d rather read an absorbing, romantic love story of a novel over a cookbook. I love me a hero, whether he’s from Scottish history or a modern-day fireman. Or, perhaps best of all, a cowboy.

If you’re anything like me—or like the millions of people who read Ree Drummond’s blog on a daily basis—then her most recent book is like a hypothetical love child of Natalie Portman and Daniel Craig (bound to be perfect). The Pioneer Woman: Black Heels to Tractor Wheels is Ree’s true-life love story of how she met, fell in love with, and started married life with her very own cowboy hero (the dreamboat we all know from her blog as Marlboro Man).

Because I’m lucky enough to work at William Morrow, I’ve already read the whole entire book (which gives much more of the story than Ree ever revealed on her blog), and I promise you it is just as satisfying as one of Ree’s recipes—but on an entirely different level.

However, it’s terribly unfair of us to hoard this love story all to ourselves until the book goes on sale everywhere on February 1, 2011. So, to give you all a little taste of what’s to come, we’ve made available a sneak preview book excerpt on all the major ebook retailers’ websites. Click through now to download a few dozen pages of reading, and get ready to be enchanted!

Amazon Kindle

Barnes and Noble Nook


More purchase links to come.

4 Responses to “The Pioneer Woman Cooks Up a Love Story: A Free Download”
  1. Kate S. says:

    Maybe I ‘m an idiot. I downloaded Kobo but still couldn’t get to these chapters….

  2. I would have loved to have downloaded the preview. Unfortunately, I don’t own any type of eReader device.

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